My husband is currently in jail because the person he was living with called the police to have him forcefully removed without even asking him first well when they did this they ran his name and had seen he failed to register as this is a 19year old charge that happened when he was 15 well the first deal he was offered was half the time from 16 months to 8 months with probation but we are also in the process of moving with friends to either Vegas or Texas
If he is in jail now, best to get an attorney to work out the most pressing situation and then figure out about the probation.
First, he might want to see about being let out of jail. Once out, a good person to ask is his probation officer. Every case can have different restrictions. Good luck.
He can, but it's a lengthy and complicated process fraught with peril. Hubby needs an experienced criminal defense attorney more than anything else. It's usually easier to complete probation and then move.
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The state you want to move to must accept the transfer. He will need to complete any obligations here (jail, fines, community service, etc), then make the request to transfer. He can talk to his PO about how to make the request.
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